Leap Day plans for Big East coaches

Today is that glorious day that only comes around once every four years -- leap day! I have a feeling coaches around the country are smiling a bit wider this morning because they get an extra day to plan for the upcoming football season.

So what should each Big East coach do with their extra 24 hours? I have a few ideas ...

Paul Chryst: Spend the day throwing out all 2011 game tape of Tino Sunseri and the offensive line.

Kyle Flood: Keep chopping wood.

Skip Holtz: Figure out the answer to one of life's great mysteries: the USF swoon.

Butch Jones: Determine once and for all who has the best name on his team -- Munchie or Silverberry? Silverberry or Munchie?

Doug Marrone: Retain title of friendliest coach in America with phone calls to random fans and all ESPN The Magazine reporters.

Paul Pasqualoni: Easily convert all wavering Huskies fans with one simple line: "I'm not Randy Edsall!"

Charlie Strong: Build auxiliary recruiting pipeline into Kentucky with the help of Ryan White and the misfortunes of UK.